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Mental Health Assessment and Support in Edmonton

Mental health disorders are poorly understood, even as they are very common in society. It is estimated that 50% of the population will suffer some form of PTSD, anxiety, or depression in their lives. Resolutions Centre for Counselling, Assessment and Psychological Services provides assessment and support for people suffering from mental health issues in Edmonton. Getting that support can be critical to reduce your symptoms and improve function.

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Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a response to a traumatic situation. It can lead to feeling as though you’re threatened all the time, even when you’re not. You may suffer flashbacks to the traumatic event, nightmares, and severe anxiety.


PTSD can come from a variety of events, such as:

  • Accidents

  • Wars

  • Crimes

  • Fires

  • The death of a loved one

  • Any kind of abuse


Depression is a common disorder that involves a depressed mood and loss of pleasure or interest in activities for extended periods of time. It’s estimated that 5% of adults suffer from depression globally. It can affect your relationships and lead to problems at school or work.


Depression commonly manifests as feeling sad, irritable, and empty. It can also include a range of other symptoms, such as:

  • Poor concentration

  • Feelings of excessive guilt or low self-worth

  • Hopelessness about the future

  • Thoughts about dying or suicide

  • Disrupted sleep

  • Changes in appetite or weight

  • Feeling very tired or low in energy

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Millions of people are estimated to be living with some sort of anxiety disorder. However, less than 40% of those people receive the help and care they deserve. Anxiety is a complicated response to real or perceived threats and may involve cognitive, physical, and behavioural changes.


Danger, real or perceived, causes a fight-or-flight reaction. People may experience this in difficult social situations or around important events and decisions. 


If you’re feeling hopeless, traumatized, and discouraged, give us a call and we can bring you in for an assessment and get you the support you need.

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